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[Video] How will Facebook's Algorithm Update Effect Your Business

Posted on February 9, 2018 by Alise Riedel | Social Media

Recently, Facebook announced an algorithm that aims to deliver content to users that they want to see and interact with, while having them spend less time on the site overall. What does this mean for your business? Inbound Marketing Consultant, Kayla Fullington, filled the Denamico team in about the changes and how they'll shift the overall landscape of Facebook. 

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Social Media Etiquette All Brands Should Follow [Video]

Posted on July 14, 2017 by Kayla Fullington | Social Media

Whether one realizes it or not, many common activities involve some form of etiquette. Hopping on the city bus? You follow bus etiquette. Using your phone? You practice cell phone etiquette. At the grocery store? Yup, you guessed it. And, it’s no different when it comes to social media— especially for businesses.

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How To Get Your Company Started on Social Media

Posted on June 20, 2017 by Kayla Fullington | Social Media

Social media can be a driving force for business. Whether you’re a brand new company or just a little late jumping on the social media train, be sure to prioritize these five things when it comes to getting your company’s profiles started.

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Top 7 Tools for Creating B2B Buyer Personas

Avoid spinning your wheels with these 7 tools for creating B2B buyer personas you can use.

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3 Reasons Company Culture Posts Rock on Social [Video]

Posted on April 6, 2017 by Kayla Fullington | Social Media, Company Culture

Ask any CEO, office manager, or new hire if they believe company culture is important. I can guarantee that 9 times out of 10, they’ll be quick to respond with a blatant YES. Why? Because company culture is what drives us to get out of bed, get in our car, and drive to work every day.

Without a strong sense of culture at the workplace, employees won’t be happy, and we all know that happy employees equate to better customer service, better products, and of course, a better company to stick with in the long-run. In other words, great company culture leads to “customer-centric” results.

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